The ideal micro hi-fi for those with slight Luddite tendencies
4 November 2012
Excerpt: When the old ghetto blaster I've been using to listen to CDs and cassettes died, I began to look around for a replacement. I'm of the generation which has seen recorded media move from ancient 78s played on a radiogram (bet not many of you remember those monstrosities), through the vinyl, cassette and CD eras to the age of the MP3 player and downloaded music, all of which were initially hailed as the next big thing.
Excerpt: I have had this Sony CD player a couple of years now, ands it's never put a foot wrong. Unlike my old CD player I was able to move the speakers around with one which is so helpful when low on space The CD player is predominantly plastic in a brushed aluminium style with a glass display. The speakers are mahogany and very light. The whole system seems fairly robust but I wouldn't like to knock it around for fear of it breaking.
Excerpt: We bought one for our bedroom which is quite small and its pretty good, although it doesn't sound as good when played in a larger room. One of the speakers was faulty when we first bought it but after taking it back and replacing it the new one works just fine. It has 2 x 5 watt speakers, programmable CD player, a single cassette deck, fm/am and a digital tuner. CD player has all standard functions, shuffle, repeat etc.
Well-priced CD player that looks well with a range of furnishings
8 April 2010
Excerpt: I bought this little system from Argos last November. I know it's wise to shop around and listen to a system like this prior to purchase - but I was drawing a blank: Most hi-fi systems these days have shunned compact discs in favour of streaming media and MP3 playback, and it was a struggle to find a system which could play CDs for under £100.
Excerpt: I was looking for a system which while compromising on sound quality due to the cheap price, would still offer some semblance of sound quality. Eventually I chose this system based upon the design as it looks attractive and sleek and being a micro system means it will not present any issues with lack of space. So what features does the system offer?
Excerpt: The Sony CMT EH15 stereo system is a fairly hefty 'desktop' stereo system at around 7kg in weight. It comes with two speakers (5W) and a base unit and the appropriate cabling to connect the 3. I bought mine around 6 months ago, and in this time have had a few issues with it. Firstly, the tape deck - now, most of us don't use tapes these days. But when I do, I'd like them to be able to be removed again!
Excerpt: Звуком остался абсолютно недоволен, старый музыкальный центр дает куда более приятный звук, сразу же после покупки подсоединил колонки от музыкального центра. На тех, которые идут в комплекте, просто нет никаких басов.
Pros: Кассетная дека, для тех кто еще слушает на кассетах и у кого они есть
Summary: Nunmehr bereits 2 Jahren im Dauereinsatz..ausschliesslich für CD`s und USB Songs. Die Sony macht alles mit!, der Klang ist für ein Kinderzimmer absolut respektabel.Trotz nicht immer sachgemässer Handhabe noch kein Defekt.Auch die Maximallautstärke ist OK, Lauter sollte Sie nicht aufspielen. Ein guter Kauf!